BREXIT – HOW TO TRADE THE RELEASE ON FX MARKET

Recently we have talked to half a dozen forex brokerage firm`s CEOs. They have three points of view in common:

  • All their biggest clients stay flat during the event.
  • As many banks declare not to trade and the results take place during Asian session the spread may increase enormously.
  • If the volume coming from institution is low it may be easier to shake the market by making a rapid move: up or down.

From our perspective, you can expect up to 1000 pips up movement on GBP/USD or 15% drop if Britain decide to live the EU.

Remember, holding cash is also a position.

Brexit_London Trader

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